The Charleston County Con- solidated 9-1-1 Center has been certified a Public Safety Communications Agency by the Commission on Accred-itation for Law Enforcement Agencies.
Ingrid Tugwell, CEO of PST Inc. has been named a Woman of Outstanding Leadership by the International Women's Leadership Association.
Chad Yonce and Bryan Perrucci of Southeastern Management Group represented the landlord and the tenant, Diversified Resource Management, in leasing 2,300 square feet of office space at 43 Broad St., Charleston.
Robert Pratt of RE/MAX Pro Realty represented the landlord in leasing 1,200 square feet of office space at 9279 Medical Plaza Drive, North Charleston, to Eyecare Physicians & Surgeons.
The S.C. chapter of the Public Relations Society of America 2015 board of directors are: Karen Potter of Greenville Health System, president; Ashley Dusenbury of Palmetto Health Foundation, president-elect; Chris Duncan of the Lowcountry Graduate Center, immediate past president; Jennifer Clark of Clemson University, vice president for communications; Caitlin Greeley of C. Greeley Consulting, vice president for finance.
Ryan Welch of Lee & Associates represented the landlord in leasing 75,000 square feet of warehouse space at 324 Deming Way, Summerville. Hagood Morrison with Colliers International represented the tenant, Blackhawk Logistics.
Elizabeth F. Fulton, Robert B. Hawk and Thomas J. Rode have been named Foundation Ambassadors by the S.C. Bar Foundation. Fulton is a civil litigator at Pritchard Law Group; Hawk is an associate attorney at Carlock Copeland & Stair LLP; and Rode is an associate attorney at Thurmond Kirchner Timbes & Yekverton PA.
Blair Belk and Trey Lucy of Belk/Lucy represented the landlord in leasing 521 square feet of office space at 1002 Anna Knapp Blvd., Mount Pleasant, to the Guarantee Co. of North America USA.
Edward Robinson of The Beach Co. represented the landlord in leasing 1,200 square feet of office space at 1781/2 King St., Charleston. The tenant, Orrie Lee Tawes III and Satinwood Ltd., was represented by Gerry Schauer of Avison Young.
Chip Shealy of CBRE represented the landlord and the tenant, EPIC Charleston, in leasing 1,800 square feet of flex space at 218 Howle Ave., James Island.